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Beyond the party line
Dating back to over a hundred and fifty years, with heavy wooden doors, ceilings reaching into the skies, a sprawling verandah overlooking a yard with ancient banyan trees...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Dressed to kill
Sir — The West Bengal government, just recovering from a bout of serious accusations against the a ...  | Read.. 
 
Clear the road blocks
Sir — The Golden Quadrilateral project would be a blessing to West Bengal, where the state would be ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ALMOST A CIRCLE
History, when trapped in the labyrinth of Indian politics, appears to move in strange ways. For example, in Tamil Nadu, it se...| Read.. 
 
SMALL IS PRETTY
Since there will be no budget till the elections are over, the mini budget is the only clue to the finance ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Fighting evil can be fun
“Doing good may be noble, but fighting evil can be fun,” wrote the billionaire financier, George Soros in 1989, and he’s been...  | Read.. 
OPED
Life is at a premium
Primary healthcare is, thus, a neglected area as is the treatment of communicable diseases. More often than not, the lack of insurance coverage has serious implications for af...  | Read.. 
 
For whom the warning bells toll
One of the richest persons in the world, Warren Buffet, ...  | Read.. 
 
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The basic difference between classical music and jazz is that in the former music is always greater than its performance — whereas the way jazz is performed is always more important than what is being played. — ANDRE PREVIN